The Crusaders - Healing The Wounds album
The Crusaders became a part-time group after the early '80s and by 1986 drummer Stix Hooper had departed. The funky music (which includes originals by Sample and Miller in addition to "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" and a Stevie Wonder piece) is pleasant but not too memorable
Complete your The Crusaders collection. Healing The Wounds (CD, Album).
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This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/125 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Healing the Wounds. BPM Profile Healing the Wounds. Album starts at 98BPM, ends at 97BPM (-1), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Crusaders.
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The Crusaders have come to represent the very core of the qualities I most appreciate in instrumentalists overall. This was an album my father had in his collection for years. It was the Crusaders first release of the 90's. Healing The Wounds - a short drum/percussion intro. A smooth and gracious sax performance. Keyboards shine throughout.
Healing the Wounds, 1991. Pessimisticism, 06:01. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy, 06:11. Now playing: Depeche Mode Enjoy the Silence. Nostalgia FM. Sade Smooth Operator.
Healing the Wounds is a Sample tune and is a precious as they generally are. The delicate melody, played expressively by Felder, sits atop the backbeat before falling into a pseudo-samba bridge which also serves as the outro (with a synth-pennywhistle solo).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||Mercy, Mercy, Mercy||6:09|
|A3||Little Things Mean A Lot||5:33|
|A4||Cause We've Ended As Lovers
Guitar – Steve Lukather
|B3||Healing The Wounds||5:15|
- Bass – Marcus Miller
- Drums – William "Bubba" Bryant*
- Grand Piano, Synthesizer – Joe Sample
- Guitar – Michael Landau
- Percussion – Lenny Castro
- Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Jason Miles
- Saxophone – Wilton Felder
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 11105-9638-4 8
|MCA 09638 GRP 9638||The Crusaders||Healing The Wounds (LP, Album)||GRP||MCA 09638 GRP 9638||US||1991|
|MCD 09638||The Crusaders||Healing The Wounds (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCD 09638||Turkey||1991|
|GRD-9638||The Crusaders||Healing The Wounds (CD, Album)||GRP||GRD-9638||Canada||1991|
|MCD 09638, GRD 9638||The Crusaders||Healing The Wounds (CD, Album)||MCA Records, GRP||MCD 09638, GRD 9638||Germany||1991|
|GRC-9638||The Crusaders||Healing The Wounds (Cass, Album, Club, CRC)||GRP||GRC-9638||US||1991|